Large Red Colander
There are so many things that you need a good colander for. Even if you prepare more salads than actually cook, our large red colander is the perfect addition to your selection of kitchen utensils. There's nothing worse than having the wrong size colander for your needs. Then, you're stuck either wasting some of your food down the drain or you have to figure out another way to drain the water. Make your life easier and instead get a durable option that you can rely on. Ours is perfect for washing lettuce, fruits, vegetables, draining pasta, potatoes, and more. One of the fears of some is that their plastic colanders will melt under the pressure, literally, but with our large red colander made of silicone, you don't have to worry about that. This is a durable option that is stick-resistant and won't melt under the pressure. When you're done cooking or draining, just hand wash or put it in the dishwasher for easy clean-up.
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Cook for my picky 11month baby. It is just the right size. And food come out delicious .
this little cute pot, I use it for morning oakmeal cooking.
These crocks are perfect for reheating a meal. The lid and the ceramic retain heat so the meal stays warm. They go from the fridge to the low-heat oven to the table as bowl.
They are too cute! I love how practical the size is. Most of the time I'm warming up my own food which I don't need a large pot for and I don't need to pour anything out into a different bowl! Handwashing one thing instead of two, and something small instead of larger works great for me.
16 oz crock is great for cooking and storing. Cooking greens in this works well because of the high sides, which allow for lots of greens to be added and cooked down. Any leftovers can go into the refrigerator. 4 crocks make 1/2 gallon of yogurt in convenient-sized crocks. I also used the 4 qt matching crock to make 1 gal of yogurt and was very happy with the ease of making, then storing. But, with the small crocks, as I use the yogurt, i would free up space in the refrigerator. I also am a lover of hot chocolate and mocha latte. I melted dark chocolate easily in the crock, then mixed with some organic non-fat milk and some coffee, making a kind of thick liquid to spoon into hot milk, coffee, or yogurt, to really speed prep time, and did not have to lose precious ingredients or time transferring from the crock to a storage container.